Lecture_1___fittings - FD SC 4250 Unit Operations and Dairy...

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1 FD SC 4250 Unit Operations and Dairy Foods Processing Carmen I. Moraru Cornell University Structure of the class Part I: Unit Operations Transport systems for milk and fluid foods. Pipes and pumps. Heat treatment (pasteurization, UHT treatment). Process characteristics. Effect of heat on milk components Heat treatment of milk. Pasteurization and sterilization equipment Cooling and Freezing Centrifugation (clarification, bactofugation, fat separation) Homogenization Membrane separation (MF, UF, NF, RO) Concentration Drying Crystallization Packaging and filling Cleaning and disinfection. The CIP system.
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2 Structure of the class Part II: Dairy Foods Processing Milk transportation and receiving. Quality aspects of raw milk Fluid milk processing Fermented dairy products manufacturing Cream manufacturing Butter manufacturing Ice cream manufacturing Condensed milk manufacturing Milk powder manufacturing Cheese manufacturing
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